Master of Arts
E. A. James
Because of the uneven quality of his verse, Brooke will never be deemed a major pest. Some of it approaches genius and some of it is ragged and unpolished. ... And although the variety of Brooke's life provided a wide background of experience for his writing, it will always distract many critics from concentrating on his poetry.
Kahn, Sara Elizabeth, "A critical evaluation of the poetry of rupert brooke" (1972). Theses and Dissertations. 4041.